In the foothills of the Sierra Cantabria and surrounded by 130 hectares of vines, this winery follows the philosophy that its founder Vitorino Eguren was very clear about. The idea was to embrace the spirit of welcoming and looking after visitors, which had been typical of the Rioja Alavesa farmers for centuries.
A place to learn about and enjoy the wine experience, to relive memories exploring the 2,000 metres of caves.
Spanish red wine is known for being bold, heady, rustic and age-worthy, Spain is truly a one-of-a-kind wine-producing nation. A great majority of the country is hot, arid and drought-ridden, and since irrigation has only been recently introduced and (controversially) accepted, viticulture has sustained—and flourished—only through a great understanding of Spain’s particular conditions. Large spacing between vines allows each enough resources to survive and as a result, the country has the most acreage under vine compared to any other country, but is usually third in production.
Of the Spanish red wines, the most planted and respected grape variety is Tempranillo, the star of Spain’s Rioja and Ribera del Duero regions. Priorat specializes in bold red blends, Jumilla has gained global recognition for its single varietal Monastrell and Utiel-Requena has garnered recent attention for its reds made of Bobal.